How to Spend your Easter Long Weekend in Sydney

As the only four-day weekend where eating chocolate and sweet, buttery buns is encouraged, Easter is one of our favourite times of year. As appealing as sitting at home in your trackies with a chocolate bunny in each hand may sound, we think you’ll have a much better time if you get out and about and enjoy the festivities. Here are our top picks for Easter fun in Sydney.

Sydney Royal Easter Show

Sydney’s biggest and best Easter-related event brings its fun-centric line-up to town again this year. You’ll find us at the Baby Puppy Competition, on the dodgems at the Kids’ Carnival and enjoying a sneaky snack at the De Costi oyster and wine bar.

The Great Centennial Park Easter Hunt

Little ones (and big ones) will love this super-sized Easter egg hunt. Armed with a trail map, you’ll make your way around beautiful Centennial Park in search of chocolates and the Easter Bunny himself. After you’ve finished the hunt you can take part in a good old-fashioned egg and spoon race and find a nice spot for a picnic.

Watson’s Bay Boutique Hotel

Watson Bay’s most iconic establishment will turn on the Easter charm in full force again this year. There’ll be daily Easter egg hunts, including an aqua egg hunt on Easter Sunday (yep, in the water) and a whole bunch of food and beverage specials to keep the celebration going all weekend.

Schweppes Stakes Day

The grand finale of Autumn racing takes place at Royal Randwick on Easter Saturday. Offering big prizes, fine fashion, themed bars and live entertainment, this is bound to be a race day to remember.

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Easter High Tea

Abode Bistro’s special Easter High Tea involves all the normal fare associated with the tradition (finger sandwiches and freshly-made scones) as well as six specially crafted chocolate desserts. Yep, six. You’ll get to try the Madagascan fondue, Dominican Republic white chocolate tiramisu, Peruvian chocolate roulade and three other delights. You’d best make sure you’re hungry.

As a final note, you may be wondering where to stay to make the most of all these events. We suggest Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Town Hall. It’s right in the middle of the city, meaning you can easily walk to three of the suggestions above, and located near all the public transport stops you’ll need to get to the other four hassle-free. Taxis and ubers also service the area very well if you’re after a slightly more comfortable journey. Book now.

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